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THE STAY-AT-HOMES. A VOICE FROM THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

THE STAY-AT-HOMES. A VOICE FROM THE TRENCHES. How the man who does not enlist appears to the man now in the trenches, is 6hown by the following extract taken from a letter received last mail from a Private in the firing line in France. The letter was written on 23rd July, and the writer says : — ? , . ' Things are very active now in France along the entire line— we don't know the results, but we llmniir «rV»\T nAWC Qhnnlrl be sunoressed. as France XVUU VI uujr uv^ffw ? ? ? ? 'JT i ' ;is full of spies. Oar information generally . comes ?from the London papers. Any ma.n. liying in Australia now who could have come; to the front and has not, can only expect, to be.tooked down ?on by. his. fellow men for the rest of his natural, -?for, try as I could, I am .hanged if I could ever think much of the cove who has huiig .. back. , I 'have dften been cut to the quick by men across 'here who knew friends of mine, and who have Wondered why they have not come forward. At 'first I stood out for ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. FIHELLY'S INDISCRETION. OUTSPOKEN UTTERANCES AT IRISH ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

MR* FIHELLY'S INDISCRETION. ' : 1 . V fi '? v t OUTSPOKEN UTTERANCES AT IRISH ASSOCIATION MEETING. _ Mr. Fihefty, at a special general meeting of the . Queefeland ©fish '2nd Sep^l^r ^.We Aakfe no coinMent.~^i, ' National Le&der. ~ : 1 No Irishmen, after recent events in Ireland, should be: ashamed of his nationality, or have the impertinence to apologise for the rebels. Unfor tunately, the Irish were too prone-to be apologetic. Those who had dipd nt ''htmrte rvF .th-4 'rhilifjartr chiefs and satraps of Britain had expiated their offence, and in doing so had- achieved immortality. . 'Before very long their graves would fife' VfeTtSdj like those of Wolfe Tone and other Irish rebels, whose memory was sacred to the Irish ; race throughout the world. Personally, and this could not be too strongly emphasised, he had no quarrel with England, and he believed that for a long time to come, the destiny of Ireland was wrapped up in that of England. The Gael could mix with the Saxon. As ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURNED SOLDIERS AND THE POLICE. WHO TOLD THE TRUTH? [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

RETURNED 80LDIER8 AND THE POLICE. - ' iriiS TOLij the truth? On Saturday last, two returned soldiers, Patrick J . Pender sY20)j - ftnd- Fredericks Spager (22) ,: Were charged in the City Police Court, before Mr. L. H. Archdall, P.M.; with having used obscene language in Stanley Street, on the previous night. Both accused are? Anzacs, and .belonged at one time to the miHtaiiy jfeohcei The^ Were sn unifofcm at the time. A plea of not guilty was entered, and after evidence of arrest ,ha.d been given, by ConstaBlfes Walsh » and SHiarsJ accused were remanded to Monday. On Saturday, Seager saw the General Organising^ Secretary of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, Mr. Wells, and placed, the facts before him. Mr. Wells immediately instructed the League's solicitor, Mr. Harding, to take lip the case. At the initial proceedings, Constables Walsh and Sellars stated that they believed accused were under the influence of drink, and had made use of the - language complained of,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

^ ? ? JAUJ*J4 J ».JU. . - - r j Rational ^eabet,. ; PyS^ISHED WEEKLY^; — — ONE PENNY. BRISBANE, FRIDAY, SEPT., 22nd, 1916.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

PATRIOTS WILL ALWAYS BUY AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES WE belieye in Australia making the Goods she uses, and to that end we operate a large Furniture Factory, where we make most of the Furniture we sell. Those who know our Furniture will not question the Statement that tiiere is no finer Furniture mad«. JOHN HICKS & COMPANY LIMITED, GEORGE & ANN STREETS; BRISBANE. ATTWATER'S LYCEUM BUILDINGS, GEORGE STREEt, BRISBANE. SPECiAUSt IN MEN'S WEAR. Now Showing-— Wonderful Value in Tennis, Tourist and Neglige Shirts. IMMENSE STOCK TO CHOOSE PROM. BACH Black and White Cambric Shirts . . 4V/4 -V Stiff or Soft Double Cuffs «?/ I* Fancy Striped Cambric Shirts .. Stiff or Soft Double Cuffs O/ B I Neat Black Striped Tourist Shirts A' *{zem Soft Double Cuffs, reinforced neck 4/6 which ensures double the wear posiVaa Fancy Striped Tourist Shirts, .. Cream Ground, Soft Double Guffs, */???'?' re-inforced neck Tost Free Faticy Striped Tourist Shirts, fi/fi Tussore Ground, Soft Double Cuffs,...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS SAY DEFERRED PAY IS WITHHELD. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS SAY DEFERRED PAY IS WITHHELD. Statements :hav'e been frequently made to members of this League that the authorities are withholding deferred pay from men who have done their duty Jto the , country. Two returned soldiers, whose names need not be mentioned, but who can verify this statement if necessary, state emphatically .that, although their pay books were audited in England, the Australian authorities are holding back amounts up to £10. The men are entitled to full payment on discharge, and it is, in the view of this paper, rather unfair to refuse payment of any part of the 'money . which the boys have legitimately earned, and earned at the expense of their health and strength.

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PARTY POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

PARTY POLITICS. Oh I those party politicians, how they talk Instead of studying the interests of the nation, they waste their valuable time in throwing epithet? and recriminations across the floor of the House.. That is one of the reasons why the country does not make the progress it ought to make, Here is a specimen : — Mr. Tolmie said the actions of the Government were such as would not be tolerated by British people. If such were the. declared policy of the ' Government for the session, they were very 'glad ; to hear it. They would meet it as best they could. .. - Mr. Coyne took up his position as Chairman, of Committees., Mr. Appel : We might as well clear out at tjais rate. '?' - , A bitter fusilade of interjections was stopped by stentorian cries of 'Order, order.' In the House recently Mr. Tolmie: What, I would like to ask, is the s Labor Government doing for the returned soldier ? Government supporters clkime. 1 that Labor ? was doing more for the returned soldier than. Tolm...

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OUR HONOUR AT STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

, OUR HONOUR AT STAKE. Qnb of -the stock arguhientsr in^ use against the * .. conscription /principle, is that Aiistratia , cannot - apare^|he ihat^if ; tj-e country is drained of ? «ven another fifty thousand men of military age, ; the industries mil languish , for lack of labour, . and tKat^ the financial ;draiin WiH be ^ ^eat {hat 5 the^ whole , economic . fabric will : coltepse. The Prinie^ . Muiis^c- -lui 'Jtfre/rigtit ? riail-.;oh,. tlie. head When, he said that .to keep our five divisions up to 'their full strength was neither . beyond our power, nor 'beyond our due, obligation. It .must be remembered by those who clarnpur so loudly f against the compulsory system of obtaining men, that had Australia 'done her fair share in providing - drafts, she would have sefit 'forward at least half- ' a-million, instead of 200,000. It has been said that .Australia, being a. country of such vast; open spaces, thinly populate^, cannot afford to be - drai ned of Her ;marili6bd, lest she be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' RESIDENTIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS' RESIDENTIAL CLUB. It is understood that the financial problems confronting those good people who are organising a fund for the foundation of a Returned Soldiers* Residential Club, will shortly be solved. That being so, it should not be deemed indiscreet on our part to point out at this juncture that it would be as well, in the interests of all returned soldiers, to vest the club in public trustees. Eveiy penny will come, directly or indirectly, from the public, end it wculd not be politic, to say thejeast,' if the Club was handed over to the control of any association of returned soldiers. Such a move / would result, sooner or later, in friction, as all returned soldiers may not belong to an association^ and no association should be given the power of accepting or refusing any returned soldier as a member of the Club. It should be made open to all returned soldiers. ' , mmmm —— ?*— mx*' A man is known by the companies he keeris out of. ' ' The fact that riches hav...

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WHERE ARE THE JOBS GOING? RETURNED SOLDIERS IGNORED. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

WHERE ARE THE JOBS GOING? RETURNED SOLDIERS IGNORED. How often has it been impressed on those in high places that the man who has returned., after many days in khaki, will not submit too long to being made a convenience of. To parcdy a well known . phrase You can fccil all the returned soldiers seme of the time, you can fool some of them all the time, but you can't fool all of them all the time. There are dozens of important positions in. this city, now held by civilians who have never seen service in this war, and which could be filled with eaual satisfaction bv returned men. Take the position of Mr. Black, (Organiser for the Repatriation Fund) for instance. Mr. Black's position could unquestionably be filled by a returned soldier, and equally well, for we have yet to learn that Mr. Black possesses any transcedent genius as an organiser. Then take the case of Mr. Powley, secretary of the Relief Committee of the Queensland Patriotic Fund. Whether he is unfit for service or not is be...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. WEAKNESS OF THE REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. WEAKNESS OF THE REFERENDUM. A big public meeting was held in the Albert Square on Saturday night last, under the auspices of ' the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League. The chief speaker was Mr. Robert Wells, General Organising Secretary of the League, and he dealt very fully with the national ideals of the League, and Australia's position in the war. At uui&ei, lie bam uiax as lar as xie couia see, the referendum to be taken on October 28th had many weaknesses. In the first place, it was giving an opportunity to the man who never intended and never would, fi^ht for his country, or to strike a blow in his country's interest, to vote against giving reinforcements to our troops who were holding the enemy? at bay on the fields of France, and guaranteeing the freedom and liberty of our country. Another weakness was that it allowed the sympathetic mother to encourage her son to stay at home, instead of encouraging him to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

'VEST POCKET KOD AKss With the Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak, splendid little snapshots of your soldier friend can be made by you before he leaves for the war. - And when he has gone you can send him Baffler delightful snapshots of home life. 8 There is nothing to equal the Vest Pocket Autographic hShTsFv I // xNa fH 111!! Kodak as a gift for the soldier, for it enables him to bring back Bnw IxJSk! 13111 a personal record of his own share in the great War. H B|/xl\\ a/ Needs no focussing, is easy to operate, always ready, never .HlHL gets out of order. Takes pictures 2§in. x If in., which can be l|mn readily enlarged. Price, 30/- Other Kodaks up to £15/2/®. . ]r® Inspect this wonderful little camera, or write for new descrip- - I Of All Kodak Dealers and— . - KODAK (AUSTRALASIA) LTD., 'iop.. im. 250-252 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE n£!2&Sa \ Just to show how yoa || 2 can rely oii our Motor- || ^ Ing Service Station, let || I us remind yoa of thoK vital advantages to yoa a in our clos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

OPTICIANS, 291 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE (N.xt t. G.P.O.) w _ i mm j , _ Surgical Instrument JOhn MOOgO, and Truss Maker iAto of W. B. HU'lard & 80m, Oiatgow) ^ T« tha General and Children's jSB|ranra Instruments manufactured iyMHy for the relief and cure of - Artificial legs, hands, arms, 9gro|ral , leg instruments, crutches, I elastic stockings and knee ' JLady in attendance. Cutlery grcund and set. George Street, BRISBANE ' (Opposite Supreme Court) ; . I W^\\lCW,S 1 HE V ¥\iM\SV\U& I - ? . ;???;-.. : ; ? ? ' \ . i .. i ? * ' \j '*? v ..v.' ' ? . Ours is a furnishing warehouse. . - wholly and solely. We specialize in Furniture, in Floor Coverings, Crockery, Tinware, and such-like household needs; Naturally, we are better able to supply yotir wants than those who do not . specialize. TWEM^UEX, ER\SB^t RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. ITS AIMS AND OBJECTS. Following are the aims and objects of theReturned Soldiers and Patriots' National: League.. The ? ?...

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WOMEN AND THE WAR. PLEA FOR MORE EFFICIENCY AND A MAXIMUM OF EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

WOMEN AND THE WAR. PLEA FOR MORE EFFICIENCY AND A MAXI MUM OF EFFORT. v v At the conference of women's organisations, called by the National Council of Women, Professor A. J. Gibson, of the Queensland University, was J to have delivered an address on the need for the organising of women to take the place of the men $ who will be shortly called up. ! \ Professor Gibson was, however, called up for ' continuous service by the Defence, Department a day previous to the date fixed for the conference, ; t s and Mr. G. M. Dash, Hon. Organising Secretary ; of the Queensland Recruiting Committee, was .? asked by him to take up the matter in his stead, \ : and Mr. Dash has sent the following communiciation ; v to the National Council, of Women:— r As you know the questions which you will 1 discuss this afternoon are problems which have ? been engaging Professor Gibson's earnest attention I ever since the war first broke out. $ He might j almost be called the pioneer in Australia of this i! mov...

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GERMAN COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

GERMAN COMPANIES. This is the sort of thing that the Government, instead of encouraging, should nip in the' bud,' \ The formation of such companies is' not in the best interests of the State. Prenzlau Dip Co. Limited, registered office,' Prenzlau, near Lowood — Capital: £150 in .150 shares of £1 each. Objects (inter alia) : To, purchase lease, exchange, or otherwise acquire any land or lands in Queensland ; to purchase, construct, erect, and complete dips, etc. Shareholders : Christian F. W. Ruthenberg, Johann F. Harm, August Stuhmcke, jurir., Benjamin J; iHarm, Friectrick W. A. Gierke, and Wilhelm: H&ak, all Prenzlau, and. Wm. F. Beutel, Hatton Vale, all farmers. Dated September 22nd, No. 45/ S.C.# Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

? ? : ' ? . ' ? ... .9* r*;;y:' Front Line, POZfERES -? w prance, 'Vt/s, / ** m £ y? / 7. ; , Sr. (0 '^T (LIMITED) GENERAL MANAGER: SIR WILLIAM BIRDNVOOD Queensland Agents: QUEENSLAND RECRUITING COMMITTEE* PRESTON HOUSE, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. /T* jo ^ ^ ^ f,090 I*#*/ ? T *?'?/ . ,??'?' .vi'' \ ' :? ? - Supremacy of Bunlops' m respect to Quality, Strength and Wee* ' has gained these Australian-made Tyres - ?.- j a popularity amongst Motorists that only y\ - , . ? Satisfactory Service could build up antf W' ' (' maintain. THERE IS NO NEEITTO ?* ? { jBUY IMPORTED TYRES. 'DunJops' y£ !' ,eo*t you less aad run further. Compars ' She Prices. «xu5toatid ust oh attucatho# 'i Fit 'Dtffllopsltlicy ensure Economy £ less troafelft [ THE DUN LOP RU&S&R GO. or AUST. LTD. /? 108 Flinders St, Melbourne 103-105 Flinders St, Adelaide 268-274 Adelaide St, Brisbane 255 Clarence St, Sydney 116 Worcester St. Chtistchurch 53 Cameron St., Launceston 67 King Street Perth 95 Courtenay Place...

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BRITONS TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

BRITONS TRUE. Be Britons true to Britain still, Among ourselves united ; - For never but by British hands, Can British wrongs be righted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

OitrMge ''™ '?? Printers — Ltttiographsrs— ^Stationers Patriotic Flag Manufacturers QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. ENGINES FOR ALL DUTIES The 'BENTALL' ' ?' For '('General Farm and Factory Pur f ' poses, also Wood cutting. Mad* in tkree sizes. ^ Portable A ' BENTALL' Rneine will out ill |]H |j a ton of chaff for. i»d.. and a ton ! j ? ij ? wlM ! of wood for the same amount. ' jj ; ?; « 'LITTLE WONDER' 2 h.p. £25. For similar work and | Write for particulars of our SfX^ Completo Outfits. CLAM 4 FiUSET '?'KSIS.'''

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